On the fairways
New Ross Ladies: Wednesday, June 15, sponsored by Caroline's Hair Creation: 1, Alice Druhan (Bunclody, 22), 37 points (last nine); 2, Anne Curtis (Adm., 20), 37 points; 3, Maria Burford (14), 36 points.
Upcoming competitions: Wednesday, June 22, lady Captain's prize (Mary J. Maher), first 18-hole stroke. Timesheet only. Draw on the day, arrive 20 minutes before tee-time.
Thursday, June 23, lady Captain's nine-hole mixed team event from 3.30 p.m.
Saturday, June 25, lady Captain's prize, second 18-hole stroke. Timesheet only. Draw on the day, arrive 20 minutes before tee-time.
Wednesday, June 29, 18-hole stableford Pro-Am qualifier.
Friday, July 8, lady Captain's charity day in aid of New Ross Day Care Centre. Ladies' and gents' three-person team. Mexican scramble format. Timesheet open.
The lady Captain's dinner will be held on Saturday, June 25, at 7 p.m. If you are interested in attending please put your name on the sheet in the ladies' locker room.
The dinner will be followed by the presentation of prizes at 9 p.m. Best wishes to Captain Mary J. on her Captain's prize!
Unfortunately, our Finn Trophy team and our Senior foursomes team bowed out to Wexford last week. Hard luck ladies.
Best of luck to our Boyne Trophy team which plays Abbeyleix on Monday afternoon, and to our Mary McKenna team which plays Borris in Borris at 3 p.m. on Sunday, June 26.
NEW ROSS SENIORS
We enjoyed a great day in Tramore on our annual visit last Tuesday where we teamed up with the locals in a mixed team format. Playing in a Seniors-only environment makes the game far more enjoyable for veterans rather than taking on young guns in competitions where they have no hope.
It is a wonder that more clubs do not organise more Senior competitions, especially in open week which if properly run can be of enormous financial benefit to the host club. Our fixture list for the year compiled in January has seen us enjoy many away outings, with more to come later in the year where we compete on a level playing field just like our weekly games at home.
At Tramore an all-New Ross team were impressive winners of the champagne scramble which is a format well suited to the older brigade. Gelling well, John Joe Murray (21), Martin Forristal (21), Frank Boyle (22) and Martin Burke (25) took home the choice French wine, scoring a terrific 67 points.
In second place on 66 points came a mixed team comprising Steve Travis (18), Peter Hackett (Tramore, 21), Les Jastrebski (25) and Seamus Kavanagh (Tramore, 25).
Third spot went to Eamon Delaney (16), Pat Traynor (19), Jim Whelan (Tramore, 19) and Michael Kennedy (Tramore, 22) with 65 points. A point behind (64 points) and in fourth place were John Hayden (Tramore, 8), John English (Tramore, 21), Jim 'Dublin' Ryan (23) and Tony Sexton (27).
Many thanks go to Anthony Condon and Michael Cummins of the host club for organising the outing so efficiently and for their hospitality on the day. It was much appreciated by our New Ross group.
We have no team game next Thursday as it is the club open singles, but we are back on Thursday, June 30, as usual.
It's busy times at New Ross Golf Club with open week in progress and a number of teams in action.
J.J. Cullen (18), Eddie Morrissey (19), Paul Harrington (8) and Andy Lawlor (13) got open week off to a great start with a brilliant winning score of 55.2 in the 18-hole open four-person scramble sponsored by The Shelmaliers Golf Society.
The team of Matty Wall (14), John Browne (13), Mark O'Mahony (6) and John Howlin (10) finished half a shot back in second place, with third place going to Donal O'Callaghan (14), Ger Ronan (6), Pat McGrath (18) and Colm Kehoe (12) with a 57.
The first open fourball of the week, sponsored by Frisby Kitchens, was won by West Waterford's Ger Mulcahy (16) and Martin O'Driscoll (14) with 44 points. They saw off the New Ross pair of Cormac Farrell (14) and Steve Travis (18) on the countback, with Tom O'Connor (16) and Eamon Delaney (15) a further shot back in third place.
There was some great scoring in the Louis Fitzgerald Group open singles. Leo Carroll (13) finished on top of the pile with 42 points, just edging out Eamon Dungan (6) on the countback.
Andrew Ryan (5) recorded a level par round for 41 points and third place, whilst Robbie Farrell was around in one under to win the gross. The categories were won by Mark O'Mahony (6, 39 points), Harry Doran (10, 39 points) and the in-form James O'Keefe (17, 39 points).
There was good news on the teams front where two more New Ross outfits advanced to the quarter-finals of their events. The All-Ireland fourball team, led by Junior Cashin, saw off reigning Leinster champions Coollattin in a very close match.
Pat Whelan and Jamesie Wallace, and Robert O'Dwyer and Patsy Farrell, provided home wins with Des Redmond and Leo Booth securing the vital away win to decide the tie. New Ross meet the winners of Cill Dara and Portarlington in the next round.
The Barton Cup team continued their good run with a very good win against Wicklow side Druid's Heath. Brian St. Ledger and Paul McGrath, and Derek Ronan and Seamus Aldridge, recorded wins in Tinneranny whilst Davy Doran and Andrew Ryan sealed the victory with a brilliant away win.
The team is managed by Brian Teague and James Roche, and will meet Woodbrook in the quarter-finals.
The Jimmy Bruen team put in a very good performance in their regional qualifier at Borris last weekend. The team, managed by Michael Kelleher, finished in third place, just missing out on a top two finish that would have qualified them for the knockout phase.
The team was made up of Jim Larkin and Leo Carroll, Declan Breen and Paul Goff, Tommy Liston and Michael Heaphy, Mossy Connell and Harry Reinhardt, and John Howlin and Davy Doran. Next weekend the Senior Cup team faces Kilkenny in Enniscorthy in a first round match.
Results from Woodenbridge on Sunday, June 12, were: 1, Nicky Curran (17), 35 points (countback); 2, Peter Goff (15), 35 points (countback); 3, Ger Corrigan (18), 35 points (countback); Cat. 1, Michael Byrne (14), 33 points; Cat. 2, Tom O'Brien (17), 34 points; Cat. 3, John Roche (26), 32 points; front nine, Seán Ormonde (27), 19 points; back nine, Seán Whelan (10), 18 points; twos club winners: R.J. Blake (hole four), John Roche (hole eight), Seán Whelan (hole eleven).
A total of 24 members and two guests played. The next outing is on Sunday, July 3, in Bunclody with tee-time of 11 a.m. to 12.30 p.m.
Last Tuesday the forecast was bad for all day. Some of us texted, chatted, debated on whether to play in the rain or do coffee. Who likes getting soaked?
But on this day, it was a case of 'the early bird catches the worm'. Niamh Byrne and her partner must surely have been the first out in the wet and well done to Niamh (10) as she came first with a great 37 points.
It was a great result and you will be down to single figures soon we hope, Niamh. In the end 47 ladies ventured out and if they didn't have their shower in the morning they got a free one later that day!
Also out in the wet were our new lady golfers who were participating in the golf taster session. There has been a great response to this and Tuesday was the last day of the first part of this programme.
There was four weeks of lessons and four weeks of playing on the Burrow course, in a scramble format, with a current member. This culminated with a wine and cheese event on Tuesday evening with nearly all 51 ladies attending.
Our lady Vice-Captain Doreen McGovern, who ran the programme, was there with our lady Captain, Catherine Howard, professional Jamie O'Sullivan and helpers. We all had a lovely evening with all participants getting umbrellas and pedometers.
The winning team comprised Orla Byrne, Gay Brennan and Yvonne McGrath, and the top four teams all got prizes of goodie bags. This was helped by the C.G.I. We would like to welcome these ladies to our club and hope they will join up to the next part of the programme.
Our Revive team had a fantastic win against Bunclody with home and away matches. Some of the maches went to the 18th and 19th hole which made it all the more exciting, nail-biting and nerve-wracking for the players. The team is now through to the quarter-finals and will be playing against Cahir Park.
Congratulations to team managers Joan Bowe and Carmel Quinlivan, and team members Doreen McGovern and Kathleen Cullimore, Vandra Deacon and Chris White, Vonnie O'Connor and Carmel Quinlivan, Joan Bowe and Anne Redmond, and Máire Farrell and Susan Evans.
Best of luck to the Junior Cup Team, managed by Dorcas Maher, which is playing next Sunday, June 26, in the quarter-finals against Wexford in Bunclody.
Tuesday, June 28, is another one of the majors for the season - our Captain's (Keith Deacon) prize to the ladies. It will be a singles strokes competition, medal and G.O.Y. There will also be a twelve-hole competition on the Burrow course for members and super Seniors.
Tuesday, June 14, singles stableford, C.S.S. 35 points, sponsored by Paul Maloney Pottery: 1, Niamh Byrne (10), 37 points; 2, Joan Wallace (17), 36 points (back nine); gross, Doreen McGovern (12), 21 points; 3, Ann Connolly (36), 36 points (back nine); 4, Norrie Goff (20), 36 points; Senior, Molly Cash (19), 33 points (back nine); 5, Carmel Morrissey (24), 33 points.
Wednesday, June 15, open singles, C.S.S. 35 points: 1, Ann Kelly (17), 34 points; 2, Pauline Cafferkey (25), 31 points (back nine).
The weather wasn't so favourable for golf over the last week. Monday's Senior competition was called off due to very heavy rainfall.
On Tuesday twelve pairings were out in showery conditions and the winners were Rachel O'Connor and Paul Lambert, and in second place were Tara Dunne and Andrew O'Brien.
On Thursday yet again Deirdre Colfer brought in an amazing score of sevn up in fairly difficult conditions, but the weather didn't affect her play as nobody else was above par on the day, so well done Deirdre!
Results: 1, Deirdre Colfer (29), seven up; 2, Mary Fallon (32), level (back six); gross, Helen Lacey (6), seven down; 3, Anna Sullivan (21), level (back nine); Senior, Carmel Murphy (9), two down; nine-hole stableford, Lelia Keating (17), 15 points; nearest the pin, Beppi O'Connor, 2m 40cm.
Next Thursday our strokes competition for a free sub is sponsored by Pump Supplies.
Our Senior foursomes team had a great victory in the quarter-final against New Ross last week. The pairings were Ruth Kennedy and Carmel Murphy, Helen Lacey and Rachel O'Connor, and Tara Dunne and Leonie Furlong. Well done ladies.
We shall hope for better weather this coming week even though our course is in brilliant condition due to the hard work and commitment from Jake and his crew.
On Friday and Saturday the Captain, Keith Deacon, presented his prize to the Rosslare members. Despite the long course and testing rough, scoring was excellent.
The winner with a 65 was one of the new members, Shay Davies.
Shay (16), who was a Junior member for a sort spell in the nineties, started with double bogey six. He then had seven pars in a row to turn in 39.
He had two more double bogeys, at the eleventh and 17th, but he birdied the 12th for a back nine of 42 and a one-shot win over long-time leader Alan Cuddihy (18).
Alan played on Friday and looked in a good position overnight. Alan, with an eight at the third, turned in 45, but had a sparking back nine of 39 which included four pars and a birdie at the 14th.
Tony O'Leary (scr.) won the gross on 69. He had birdies at the third, fifth and 13th and an eagle three at the 12th in halves of 35 and 34.
Other prize-winners: vet., Eddie Fortune (14), 67; 3, Dermot Walsh (5), 69; 4, John Long (7), 69; 5, Paddy Lonergan (11), 70; 6, Jason Walsh (10), 70; first nine, Hugh Byrne (14), 32; second nine, Bob Quilty (9), 31.5.
The Captain, Keith, presented the prizes at a very enjoyable dinner.
Fourball: 1, Ger Doyle (14) and Eamon Goggin (17), 48 points; 2, Cormac Quigley (16) and Anthony Duggan (6), 46 points; 3, Liam Duggan (7) and Bill Underwood (18), 45 points.
Singles: 1, John Brady (+1) , 40 points (67 gross); 2, John F. Scott (19), 38 points; 3, Bob Quilty (9), 38 points.
All systems are under way for our first Pro-Am in many years on Saturday, September 10.
Entries are now open and you may enter a team of three amateurs at a cost of €390 with Jamie on 05391-32032.
Fixtures: Saturday, June 25, ladies' and gents' fourball; Sunday, June 26, gents' fourball.
The above competitions are open to visitors paying green fees.
June 11 and 12, Pro-Am qualifier: 1, Eoin McCarthy (8), 39 points; 2, Ray Furlong (10), 38 points; 3, Mick Healy (4), 37 points.
June 15, Wednesday open singles: 1, Liam Sinnott (10, Wexford), 41 points; 2, Patsy Farrell (19, New Ross), 41 points; 3, Paddy McDonald (23), 37 points; best lady, Karen Rothwell (18, Lisheen Springs), 29 points.
Tuesday's open competition which was sponsored by McGuire Jewellers was won by Clare Kinsella (35) with 44 points.
Second was Maria Dwyer (36) with 42 points, and the gross winner was Sorcha Howell (4) with 30 points.
Third was Catherine Quinn (17) with 37 points on countback, and fourth was Sarah Donnellan (8) with 37 points. The nine holes was won by Ann Kearney (36) with 17 points.
Thursday's open was sponsored by The Golden Anchor, Castletown.
Results: 1, Patty Flynn (26), 39 points; 2, Laura Funge (24), 37 points; 3, Catherine Ledwidge (15), 36 points.
Our South Leinster Trophy team faced Macreddin in the second round on the Bank holiday weekend. Playing four games at home and three away, we edged a tight match by gaining one crucial win in Macreddin.
We are now in the quarter-final in which we meet Dunmurray Springs, with four games away and three at home. The team, ably managed by Aidan Colgan, was John Codd, Maurice Cooper, Liam Mullen, Noel D'Orey, Paddy Dunne, Donal O Murchú and A.J. Noonan.
Last Saturday and Sunday we hosted the regional final of the Pierce Purcell Shield, and what a weekend it was! Ten-man teams, representing twelve different clubs, took to the manicured fairways from early morning. With the top four to progress to the semi-finals on Sunday, competition was fierce.
Our lads relished the challenge and, playing some great golf, finished the day in second place. The semi-finals on Sunday morning saw St. Helen's Bay versus Enniscorthy and Wexford versus Mount Juliet.
We started well and had our noses ahead after the first twelve holes. As in any game, the breaks can decide the result and Enniscorthy began to get them over the final five or six holes, and it proved to be the difference in the end. It was a wonderful effort, just going under 3.5 to 1.5.
Well done to the team members - Pádraig Tiernan, Jim Brauneisen, John Butler, Aaron Devereux, Declan Murphy, Liam Mullen, Jimmy Kearney, Niall Walsh, Frank O'Kennedy, Tommy Duggan, Jim Murphy, Michael Kearney, Mick Conlan, Mark O'Donoghue - and the manager, John O'Keeffe.
Congratulations to lady Captain, Aine O'Connell, and Martin on the birth of their daughter, Eimear, who arrived safe and sound on Sunday, June 12.
Our second annual Independence Day team event takes place over two days this year. Make a note of the dates: Friday, July 1, and Saturday, July 2, but hurry up, don't be disappointed. A limited number of slots are still available, so ring Larry or Cormac at 05391-33234.
Results (gents) - Wednesday, June 1, open singles: 1, Declan Murphy (14), 38 points; 2, Pádraig Tiernan (13), 35 points; 3, Michael Grant (21), 33 points.
Saturday, June 4, open singles (sponsor: La Dolce Vita, Sandyford): 1, Mark O'Donoghue (17), 41 points; 2, Stephen Kearns (13), 40 points (countback); 3, Sam Small (9, Elm Park), 40 points.
Sunday, June 5, open singles: 1, Sam Small (9, Elm Park), 40 points (countback); 2, Pat 'Buzzer' O'Brien (10), 40 points; 3, Tom McConologue (23), 39 points.
Monday, June 6, team scramble: 1, Stephen Kearns, 'Buzzer' O'Brien, Derrick Sinnott, John Sinnott (62-4), 58 nett; 2, Douglas Benson, Larry Byrne, Noel Patten, Niall Walsh (65-6.5), 58.8 nett; 3, John Devlin, George O'Connor, Michael O'Grady, Martin Quigley (66-5.6), 60.4 nett.
Tuesday, June 7, Festival food and golf (Kelly's Resort Hotel): 1, Seán Kelly (16, Wicklow), 37 points; 2, Gay Redmond (17, Foxrock), 35 points; 3, Noel Ormsby (25, Kilmashogue), 31 points.
Wednesday, June 8, Festival food and golf (Talbot Hotel, Wexford): 1, Seán Kelly (15, Wicklow), 36 points; 2, Terry O'Toole (21), 35 points; 3, Donal O Murchú (16), 31 points.
Wednesday, June 8, open singles: 1, Fran Anderson (11), 40 points; 2, Ray Barry (14), 34 points (countback); 3, Paddy Dunne (18), 34 points.
Thursday, June 9, Festival food and golf (St. Helen's Bay): 1, Eddie Quinn (19, Foxrock), 36 points; 2, Terry O'Toole (21), 35 points; 3, Gay Redmond (17, Foxrock), 31 points.
Thursday, June 15, open Seniors (Donal O Murchú and Moira Slevin) - 50-65: 1, Rhodes Murphy (16), 40 points (countback); 2, Fran Anderson (10), 40 points; 3, Eoin Mullarkey (13, Enniscorthy), 36 points (countback); 66 and over: 1, Shay Thornton (18), 38 points; 2, Paul Lattimore (28), 37 points (countback); 3, Brian D'Eath (21), 37 points.
Saturday, June 18, open singles: 1, Mark O'Donoghue (16), 37 points (countback); 2, Niall Walsh (15), 37 points; 3, William Goode (23), 36 points (countback).
Sunday, June 19, monthly medal: winner, Declan Murphy (13), 74; Class 1, Danny Kenny (10), 76; Class 2, John Codd (17), 74; Class 3, Mike Concannon (23), 80.
Results (ladies) - Wednesday, June 1, open singles: 1, Margie O'Connor (18), 31 points; 2, Paula O'Leary (13), 30 points.
Saturday, June 4, open singles (La Dolce Vita, Sandyford): 1, Fiona Neill (15, Stackstown), 38 points; 2, Angie Sheehan (27), 37 points; 3, Mary Sheerin (20, Dun Laoghaire), 35 points.
Sunday, June 5, open singles: 1, Emer Farrell (19), 39 points; 2, Peigí O Rúairc (36), 36 points; 3, Georgina Darling (21), 35 points.
Tuesday, June 7, Festival food and golf: 1, Peigí O Rúairc (36), 34 points (countback); 2, Ann McLoughlin (23, Cahir Park), 34 points; 3, Marie Reidy (33, Cahir Park), 31 points.
Wednesday, June 8, Festival food and golf: 1, Peigí O Rúairc (36), 32 points; 2, Moira Slevin (30), 31 points (countback); 3, Catherine English (29, Cahir Park), 31 points.
Wednesday, June 8, open singles: 1, Paula O'Leary (13), 35 points; 2, Margie O'Connor (18), 31 points.
Thursday, June 9, Festival food and golf: 1, Peigí O Rúairc (36), 33 points; 2, Breda Hickey (28, Cahir Park), 32 points; 3, Catherine English (29, Cahir Park), 31 points.
Thursday, June 16, open Seniors (Donal O Murchú and Moira Slevin): 1, Frances Reid (22), 32 points (countback); 2, Honoria Fogarty (11, Castlecomer), 32 points (countback); 3, Peigí O Rúairc (36), 32 points (countback).
Saturday, June 18, open singles: 1, Martina Noonan (29, Dun Laoghaire), 37 points; 2, Eileen Walsh (33), 34 points; 3, Janet Slattery (18), 29 points (countback).
Sunday, June 19, monthly medal: 1, Helena O'Connor (23), 78; 2, Frances Reid (22), 85; 3, Bernie Furlong (20), 98.
Fixtures (gents and ladies): Wednesday, June 22, open singles; Friday, June 24, nine-hole league final; Saturday, June 25, Captain and lady Captain charity day; Sunday, June 26, open Junior and Intermediate Scratch Cups; Wednesday, June 29, open singles; Friday, July 1, and Saturday, July 2, annual Independence Day (team - waltz), sponsored by Invesco.
After many years working at Wexford Golf Club, our office Secretary, Colleen, had her first trip on the course this week.
Colleen was spotted being driven in a buggy early on Friday morning. However, we do not know if she was eying up the course with a view to playing golf some day or if it was a rabbit reconnaissance mission she was on.
Congratulations to our Pierce Purcell panel on their win in the regional final at St. Helen's last Sunday. We now play Tulfarris next Saturday in Arklow at 4 p.m. Best of luck to managers John Ffrench, Nicky Lacey and Fran Thomas, and their team.
Our mixed foursomes had a great win over Castlecomer in the fourth round of the competition on Sunday. We won two away and one at home for the victory.
The Jimmy Bruen Shield team failed to qualify for the final stages of the competition, having been beaten in Bunclody on Saturday.
The winner of the Seniors' section singles competition on Tuesday was Brian Judd, with the evergreen Sean Ormonde, who appears to be improving with age, coming second.
Sunday's Junior Scratch Cup sponsored by Top Golfer was won by Seán Flood on a score of 77 strokes. Second place went to Pádraig Curry on 78 strokes (back nine), and third was Seamus Clinton on 78 strokes. First nett went to Kevin Murphy with 71, and second nett was Nicky Murphy on 72.
The Jim Whitty Memorial Cup was played for over the past two Fridays. The overall winner was Jack Small with 77 points over the two competitions. Second place went to Conor Morris on 74 points, and third place went to Mick Creane on 71 points.
The winner of the first Friday's competition was John Ffrench with 38 points, and Rhys Clarke was the winner on the second day with 39 points. Congratulations to all prize-winners and thanks to our sponsors, Whitford House. The late Jim Whitty was the proprietor of Whitford House and apart from being a good golfer he was also a very good cyclist.
Wednesday's fourball 14-hole competition was won by Jim O'Keeffe and Pat Murphy with 35 points. In second place were Billy Hanton and Peter Murphy on 34 points (back seven). In third place were Brian Morris and Graham Robinson, also on 34 points.
Last week's winner of Split the Pot was Mick Fortune. Details of all club activities are on the club website: www.wexfordgolfclub.ie
The Give Golf a Try membership is now up and running and a number of ladies have enrolled. More are welcome as it's a great opportunity to find out if golf could be a part of your healthy lifestyle and also a way to make new friends in the locality.
For just €150 you can become a member for three months, get a free lesson with our teaching professional Stephen, free use of golf clubs for lessons, mentoring and learn to play competitions.
Last week's 18 holes stableford competition was sponsored by local pharmacist David Garahy. The competition for the wonderful hampers was keenly contested, and the sponsor also enjoyed a lovely meal in The Brooklyn Restaurant at the club prior to the prize-giving.
Results: 1, Paula Creedon (24), 40 points; 2, Clare Lambert (29), 39 points; 3, Aileen Brophy (28), 39 points; gross, Ciara Sharkey (4), 33 points; 4, Margaret Mangan (28), 38 points; 5, Mary McCauley (20), 38 points; 36 handicap, Pauline Murphy (36), 30 points. The nine holes competition was won by Maureen O'Dwyer with 16 points.
The I.L.G.U. President's charity day was held in Gowran on Monday, in aid of the Emer Casey Foundation.
A large contingent of ladies supported the event which was won by a team from Enniscorthy with a score of 82 points. Over €1,500 was raised and well done to winners Eimear McGrath, Aileen Brophy and Bernie Whelan.
The competition scheduled for Tuesday, June 21, is sponsored by Valentia Nursing Home. It's a medal competition and there's sure to be a large turn-out. The prize-giving is at 10 p.m.
And don't forget the Monday opens - every Monday until the end of September.
Wednesday nine-hole: 1, Charlie Logan (13), 23 points; 2, John Redmond (16), 20 points; 3, David Fitzgerald, 19 points, holding off Stephen Greene on countback.
The results of the weekend stableford will be included in next week's report.
Club Captain Anthony Doyle and past Captain Andrew Byrne took their Jimmy Bruen team to Bunclody on Saturday morning and put up a good score, but unfortunately it wasn't enough to qualify for Sunday.
The draw for the matchplay took place on Wednesday, with the first name out to contact the second player.
Well done to the team playing in the Jimmy Bruen Cup over the weekend, unfortunately losing in the final to Enniscorthy.
There was a fifth place finish for Ross Steedman in the Leinster youth competition. Well done Ross.
The nine-hole singles start tomorrow (Wednesday), and the 18-hole singles starts on Thursday morning for all the Juniors.
Our J.B. Carr team takes on Milltown in Milltown next Sunday in the quarter-final. All support is welcome.
Below are the rest of the results of a fantastic open week. Thank you to everyone who played and especially to all our sponsors.
Monday, June 13, open fourball, any combination (sponsor: Luke Finn Garden Machinery): 1, Tom Ryan (19), Paddy McNulty (11), 43 points (last nine); 2, Brendan Malone (20), John Doran (18), 43 points.
Tuesday, June 14, ladies' day, singles stableford (sponsor: McGuire Jewellers): 1, Clare Kinsella (35), 44 points; 2, Maria Dwyer (36), 42 points; gross, Sorcha Howell (4), 30 points (countback); 3, Catherine Quinn (17), 37 points (countback); 4, Sarah Donnellan (8), 37 points; nine-hole completion, Anne Kearney (36-18), 17 points.
Wednesday, June 15, open gents' fourball (sponsor: Heineken): 1, Dan Conroy (28), Joe Kavanagh (28), 45 points; 2, Colin Breen (5), John O'Connor (7), 44 points; 3, Declan O'Rourke (21), Pat Carthy (16), 43 points.
Thursday, June 16, open ladies' and gents' singles (sponsor: Jack Kavanagh, Golden Anchor): gents - 1, Fergal Noonan (12), 37 points; 2, Noel Ivanoff (7), 35 points (last nine); 3, Tony Smyth (13), 35 points; gross, Neville Steedman (1), 34 points; ladies - 1, Patty Flynn (26), 39 points; 2, Laura Funge (24), 37 points; 3, Catherine Ledwidge (15), 36 points. C.S.S.: 34 points.
Friday, June 17, open mixed four-person scramble (sponsor: Prospect Holiday and Leisure Park): 1, Dave Maher (2), Mick Morrissey (4), John Kinsella (17), Hanna Morrissey (33), 56.4; 2, Adrian Copeland (18), Edward Copeland (15), Mary Cooper (36), Adam Spencer (6), 58.5; 3, Maria Dwyer (33), Alan Harrington (4, Bunclody), Clare Kinsella (31), Richard Murphy (15, Coollattin), 59.7; 4, Jimmy McDonald (10), Doris Doyle (22), John Maher (13), Eamon Byrne (15), 60; 5, Colin Sunderland (8), George Horan (8), John Bolger (1), Mairéad Sunderland (19), 60.4.
Saturday, June 18, open gents' fourball and ladies' nine holes (sponsor: Tara Meadows): 1, Pádraic Flood (16), Karl Caulfield (7), ten up; 2, Mark O'Shea (12), Joe Kenny (14), seven up (last three); 3, Damian Grannell (11), Richard Flood (15), seven up; ladies: 1, Denise Kavanagh (14), 21 points; 2, Maria Dwyer (33), 20 points.
Sunday, June 19, open gents' singles, open mixed fourball (sponsor: Lonergan Corporate Gifts): 1, Billy Molloy (18, Gowran Park), 37 points; 2, Paul McDonald (13), 37 points; 3, Jim Hughes Snr. (19), 35 points.